A Psychologist Explains 3 Ways a Rebound Relationship Can Benefit Your Mental Health
There are many coping mechanisms that people use to heal or distract themselves from the pain of a breakup. None of them, however, is as popular as the rebound relationship. Often frowned upon as a
Is Cheating Just a Symptom (and Not the Cause) of Declining Relationships?
Researchers found that relationship functioning starts to decline before infidelity happens. The lead author of this study, Olga Stavrova, explains these findings
How to Show Your Friends You Love Them, According to a Friendship Expert
When psychologist and friendship expert Marisa Franco went through a rough breakup in 2015, she felt like she had no more love in her life. So Franco leaned on her friends for support. They did
Can Single People ‘Manifest’ a New Partner?
Just over a month before Jocelyn Woods and Mia Garcia met, they sat down independently and listed the qualities that each was seeking in a partner. “From how they cooked to the interactions they would
Wharton Professor Promoted Love in the Workplace
Sigal Barsade, a professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, urged bosses to think more deeply about emotions, including love, swirling around the workplace. Dr. Barsade, who died Feb. 6 of a brain
What Science Still Can’t Explain About Love
… It turns out they grapple with the same question as matchmakers, romance authors, poets, and many others. “The big mystery is — do you really know who you want?” says Dan Conroy-Beam, a University of California, Santa Barbara